The World Energy Week is on its way in Milan

The World Energy Week is on its way in Milan

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Between 8 and 11 October, energy sector experts meet for the World Energy Week, the World Energy Council's annual meeting, whose main objective is to promote sustainability in the industry and support the energy transition

Ministers, academics and managers from the energy sector come together in Lombardy's capital city to take part in the World Energy Week, with the objective of making this sector more sustainable and inclusive. There is anticipation for the participation of Russia's Minister of Energy, Alexander Novak. Indian minister Ajay Kumar Bhalla, and his counter parties from Algeria, Ukraine, Morocco, Malta and the undersecretary of the United Arab Emirates, will all be present in Milan. The event takes place between 8 and 11 October and in addition to discussing topics in connection with sustainable development, it will also be an opportunity to talk about integration and energy infrastructure resilience, digital innovation, sustainable mobility and models of business connected with the energy transition. The World Energy Week will also be the occasion to discuss the latest report by the World Energy Council, which counts more than 100 member countries. In its World Trilemma Index it awarded triple As to Italy, who gains one position in the sustainable energy ranking compared to 2016.